Local Development

  • Project Hunters

    The project „Preparing grounds for the use of EU funds: creating a project pipeline for the less developed areas of the Republic of Croatia“ known under the name Project Hunters, started in August 2013. After 14 months of implementation, the key results of the project were presented in December 2015.

  • ARCH–Vukovar: Heritage as a means of development

    The best-known architectural monument in central Vukovar, Radnički dom (Worker's Hall), which was demolished during the 1990s war, is to regain its former splendor under a €1.64 million project funded by the European Union (EU) and the Vukovar Reconstruction and Development Fund.

  • Support to underdeveloped areas of Croatia to prepare for the EU CAP and Rural Development Policy

    Agriculture still plays a key role in Croatian economy due to its overall value and its impact on food security, vulnerable populations and the employment it generates. Up to 92% of Croatia is classified as rural with 48% of the Croatian population living there.

  • Socio-economic recovery of Areas of Special State Concern/Banovina Kordun region

    Central Croatian regions of Banovina and Kordun regions are still struggling to recover after the 1991-1995 conflict. Despite its increased vicinity to the capital Zagreb thanks to recent and ongoing infrastructure works, the counties rank very low in terms of social services, health and education.